Conservatories

A conservatory is generally characterised by a dwarf brickwork base and a classic combination of glass and timber allowing lots of natural light to flood the space.

Introduction

In Britain, we have a long history of formal conservatories and over the last 40 years, there has been a renaissance in the popularity of oak framed conservatories.

The simplest way to understand the design of a conservatory, as opposed to the inset glazed roof lantern of an orangery, is that a timber conservatory will always have roof beams going right to the edge, leaving you with fully glazed walls. A beautiful timber conservatory creates a light and refreshing place, just right as an informal dining room or simply a quiet space for you to work, study or simply relax.

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